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[image]photo-jsc2005e20921 - NASA
JSC2005-E-20921 (6 June 2005) --- Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Bill Anders, reviews data during a June 6, 2005, fact-finding plenary session of the Return to Flight Task Group in Houston. The Task Group is chartered to make an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board?s return-to-flight recommendations.
Keywords: What -- Columbia
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[image]NASA Langley Open House 2001 - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Flight Research Hanger, building 1244: Aircraft on display included the B-757, T-34C, OV-10A, B-200, UH-1H, T-38A, SR-22, C-206H, Columbia 300, and the AGATE 1B. Aviatrix Elinor Smith was also at the hanger to sign autographs. In 1927 she was the youngest person to receive her pilot's license which was signed by Orville Wright. She knew many of the pioneer flyers such as Jimmy Doolittle, Charles Lindbergh, and Amelia Earhart.
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[image]NASA Langley Open House 2001 - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Flight Research Hanger, building 1244: Aircraft on display included the B-757, T-34C, OV-10A, B-200, UH-1H, T-38A, SR-22, C-206H, Columbia 300, and the AGATE 1B. Aviatrix Elinor Smith was also at the hanger to sign autographs. In 1927 she was the youngest person to receive her pilot's license which was signed by Orville Wright. She knew many of the pioneer flyers such as Jimmy Doolittle, Charles Lindbergh, and Amelia Earhart.
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[image]NASA Langley Open House 2001 - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Flight Research Hanger, building 1244: Aircraft on display included the B-757, T-34C, OV-10A, B-200, UH-1H, T-38A, SR-22, C-206H, Columbia 300, and the AGATE 1B. Aviatrix Elinor Smith was also at the hanger to sign autographs. In 1927 she was the youngest person to receive her pilot's license which was signed by Orville Wright. She knew many of the pioneer flyers such as Jimmy Doolittle, Charles Lindbergh, and Amelia Earhart.
Keywords: What -- Columbia
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[image]photo-jsc2003-00119 - NASA
JSC2003-00119 (April 2003) --- Volunteers and other personnel gather for a briefing in the main staging area in Corsicana during a break in the search for orbiter Columbia debris.
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[image]STS-35 Lounge reads a checklist on OV-102's flight deck - NASA
STS-35 Mission Specialist (MS) John M. Lounge reads a checklist at the pilot's workstation on the forward flight deck of Columbia, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 102.
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[image]photo-jsc2005e20919 - NASA
JSC2005-E-20919 (6 June 2005) --- Return to Flight Task Group Technical Panel Lead Joseph Cuzzupoli, questions NASA managers during a June 6, 2005, fact-finding plenary in Houston. The Task Group is chartered to make an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board?s return-to-flight recommendations.
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[image]photo-s88-44993 - NASA
S88-44993 (1988) --- This 1988 image is of an Orbiter Experiments (OEX) recorder similar to the recorder that flew aboard Columbia and was recovered as the result of an accident debris search on March 18, 2003.
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[image]photo-jsc2005e20925 - NASA
JSC2005-E-20925 (6 June 2005) --- Richard Kohrs, a member of the Return to Flight Task Group?s Technical Panel, conducts fact-finding on the status of External Tank ice debris shedding during a plenary meeting of the group on June 6, 2005. The Task Group is chartered to make an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board?s return-to-flight recommendations.
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[image]photo-jsc2005e20943 - NASA
JSC2005-E-20943 (6 June 2005) --- Return to Flight Task Group members Dr. Decatur Rogers, left, and Ben Cosgrove, review data presented by NASA during a session of the committee?s June 6, 2005, fact-finding plenary meeting in Houston. The Task Group is chartered to make an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board?s return-to-flight recommendations.
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[image]STS-35 MS Hoffman's height is recorded by MS Lounge on OV-102's middeck - NASA
STS-35 Mission Specialist (MS) Jeffrey A. Hoffman stretches out on the middeck floor while MS John M. Lounge records his height. The two crewmembers are in front of the forward lockers aboard Columbia, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 102. Hoffman steadies himself using the stowed treadmill and the lockers. Above Hoffman's head is a plastic bag filled with Development Test Objective (DTO) 634, Trash Compaction and Retention System Demonstration, trash compactor charcoal filtered bag lids...
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[image]photo-jsc2005e20964 - NASA
JSC2005-E-20964 (6 June 2005) --- Dr. Kathryn Clark participates in a fact-finding session of the Return to Flight Task Group?s Operations Panel, during the group?s June 6, 2005, plenary session in Houston. The Task Group is chartered to make an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board?s return-to-flight recommendations.
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[image]photo-jsc2005e20965 - NASA
JSC2005-E-20965 (6 June 2005) --- Return to Flight Task Group Operations Panel Lead retired Army Col. James C. Adamson, right, and panel member Dr. Kathryn C. Thornton, listen to a presentation during a June 6, 2005, fact-finding session of the panel. The Task Group is chartered to make an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board?s return-to-flight recommendations.
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[image]photo-jsc2003e09152 - NASA
JSC2003-E-09152 (For Release 7 Feb. 2003) --- Linda Ham addresses the Columbia Accident Investigation Board following the loss of Columbia on February 1.
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[image]COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM CBS MOVIE CREW PREPARING FOR ZERO GRAVITY FLIGHT ON THE AJ-2 AIRPLANE - NASA/Glenn Research Center
COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM CBS MOVIE CREW PREPARING FOR ZERO GRAVITY FLIGHT ON THE AJ-2 AIRPLANE
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[image]photo-jsc2005e20924 - NASA
JSC2005-E-20924 (6 June 2005) --- Return to Flight Task Group Co-Chairmen, retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Thomas Stafford, left, and Richard O. Covey, receive a briefing from NASA during a June 6, 2005 fact-finding plenary session in Houston. The Task Group is chartered to make an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board?s return-to-flight recommendations.
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[movies]87d01c3 - NASA
Being seated in Columbia.
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[movies]87d09c1 - NASA
The crew of Columbia sends Thanksgiving greetings.
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[image]photo-jsc2003-00120 - NASA
JSC2003-00120 (April 2003) --- Volunteers and other personnel gather for a briefing in the main staging area in Corsicana during a break in the search for orbiter Columbia debris.
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[image]photo-jsc2005e20914 - NASA
JSC2005-E-20914 (6 June 2005) --- The Return to Flight Task Groups participates in a fact-finding plenary session with NASA in Houston, June 6, 2005. The Task Group is chartered to make an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board?s return-to-flight recommendations.
Keywords: What -- Columbia
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[image]photo-jsc2005e20911 - NASA
JSC2005-E-20911 (6 June 2005) --- Retired Air Force General Ron Fogleman, conducts fact-finding during a June 6, 2005 plenary session of the Return to Flight Task Group. The Task Group is chartered to make an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board?s return-to-flight recommendations.
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[image]photo-sts068-155-011 - NASA
STS068-155-011 (30 September-11 October 1994) --- (Okanagan Lake, British Columbia) View southward down the lake; Vernon is in the foreground, Kelowna just before the bend in the lake, and Penticton at the far end of the lake. Green crops are still vigorous despite the season (early October); clear-cuts dot the forested hillsides.
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[image]AGATE-Lancair Cockpit - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
AGATE equipped Lancair Columbia 300 cockpit. Flat-panel displays for easy-to-use navigation, traffic avoidance and real-time weather transform the cockpit into a modern, safe, flight-deck.
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[image]COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM CBS MOVIE CREW PREPARING FOR ZERO GRAVITY FLIGHT ON THE AJ-2 AIRPLANE - NASA/Glenn Research Center
COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM CBS MOVIE CREW PREPARING FOR ZERO GRAVITY FLIGHT ON THE AJ-2 AIRPLANE
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[image]COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM CBS MOVIE CREW PREPARING FOR ZERO GRAVITY FLIGHT ON THE AJ-2 AIRPLANE - NASA/Glenn Research Center
COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM CBS MOVIE CREW PREPARING FOR ZERO GRAVITY FLIGHT ON THE AJ-2 AIRPLANE
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[image]KSC-03PD-1630 - NASA
In the RLV Hangar, Adm. Harold Gehman (gesturing) and the Columbia Investigation Accident Board are visiting KSC as part of the ongoing investigation. Flanking Gehman are U. S. Representatives Dave Weldon (left) and Tom Feeney (right), who accompanied the board. Recovery efforts as of May 5 included 82,500 pieces of debris weighing 84,800 pounds, almost 40 percent of the total dry weight of the shuttle...
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[image]STS-2 suit preparation - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Flight crew equipment specialists perform a checkout of an astronaut flight suit to be worn during STS-2 on Columbia. This particular suit is an Ejection Escape Suit (EES).
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[movies]85d09c3 - NASA
View of British Columbia.
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[image]DC-8 - NASA
ED09-0284-18 Encased in its insulated cover for thermal stability, a gravimeter was installed in the cabin of NASA's DC-8 flying laboratory in preparation for Operation Ice Bridge. The sensor, managed by Columbia University, will allow scientists to measure the shape of the ocean cavity beneath floating Antarctic ice shelves. Operation Ice Bridge is a multi-year study that tracks changes in Antarctica's sea ice, glaciers and ice sheets...
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[movies]Station Crew Discusses Life in Space with South Carolina Students
International Space Station Expedition 30 Commander Dan Burbank and Flight Engineer Don Pettit discussed how they live and work on the orbital outpost with students at the Crayton Middle School in Columbia, S.C., during an in-flight educational event on Feb. 15, 2012.
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[image]Columbia (OV-102) J2 Modifications and Inspection - NASA
Columbia (OV-102) J2 modifications and inspection photographic documentation includes high angle view showing the lifting fixture attached to Orbiter 102 body flap in preparation for its removal from the aft fuselage, Station 2, bldg 150 in Palmdale, CA. (10075); High angle view showing technicians removing OV-102 body flap from the aft fuselage (10076); High angle view showing Orbiter 102 body flap removed from the aft fuselage with the lifting fixture still attached (10077); High angle view sh...
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[image]89-HC-628 - NASA/Ames Research Center
"Belly of the Bird" an etching by Deborah E. Deschner. Tiles underlining the Shuttle Columbia show the subtle ghostlike patterns touched on their surface during reentry.
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[image]Columbia (OV-102) J2 Modifications and Inspection - NASA
Columbia (OV-102) J2 modifications and inspection photographic documentation includes high angle view showing the lifting fixture attached to Orbiter 102 body flap in preparation for its removal from the aft fuselage, Station 2, bldg 150 in Palmdale, CA. (10075); High angle view showing technicians removing OV-102 body flap from the aft fuselage (10076); High angle view showing Orbiter 102 body flap removed from the aft fuselage with the lifting fixture still attached (10077); High angle view sh...
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[movies]87d08c3 - NASA
Columbia crosses the terminator into daylight.
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[image]Soot and Global Warming - Image courtesy NASA
New research from NASA and Columbia University climate scientists shows that more than 25 percent of the increase in average global temperature between 1880 and 2002 may be due to soot contamination of snow and ice worldwide. Pure snow and ice can be blindingly bright, reflecting large amounts of incoming radiation back into space, whereas snow and ice that is contaminated with black carbon absorbs incoming solar radiation...
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[image]View of the Payload Assist Module being installed in Columbia for STS-2 - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
View of the Payload Assist Module (PAM) being installed in Columbia's Payload bay for STS-2 mission.
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[image]Silts Pod on Orbiter Columbia - NASA/Langley Research Center
Silts Pod on Orbiter Columbia
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[image]Pacific Northwest - Provided by the SeaWiFS Project, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, and ORBIMAGE
The Pacific Northwest is cloud-free in this SeaWiFS image. Multihued phytoplankton blooms are visible off of Washington's Olympic coast. Also visible in this image are: Fraser River outflow; snowcapped peaks of Mt. Olympus, Mt. Rainier, Mt. St. Helens, and Mt. Hood; burn scars across the Bitterroot range; and the Columbia and Snake River watersheds. Sensor: OrbView-2/SeaWiFS. Data Start Date: 9/26/00.
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[image]Fires in Western Canada - Image courtesy Space Imaging.
This Ikonos image shows the smoldering burned area of a massive fire that swept through the village of Louis Creek and toward the town of Barriere, British Columbia in early August 2003. This image was captured on Friday, August 8, and uses the sensor's observations in the near-infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum so living vegetation is seen in red (right of image) and burned vegetation is charcoal (left)...
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Canada
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[image]Fires in Oregon - Image courtesy Jacques Descloitres, at NASA GSFC
On August 20, 2003, the (MODIS) on the satellite captured this image of fires (marked with red outlines) in northwest Oregon. The northern most fire is the Bear Butte Fire and the southern fire is the Booth Fire. At top center of the image, a gray patch marks the location of Portland along the Columbia River. Sensor: Aqua/MODIS.
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Oregon
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[image]Smoke in the Pacific Northwest - NASA image courtesy Jeff Schmaltz, at NASA GSFC
A thin veil of smoke drifted south from in British Columbia to settle over much of Washington State on July 28, 2004. The densely populated Puget Sound region, the grey strip of cities including Seattle and Tacoma that runs from north to south along the black finger of the Puget Sound, does not appear to be seriously impacted. The rated the air quality as “moderate” on July 28, one rating down from “good” for many areas in Washington, though communities in eastern Washington warned the e...
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Washington
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[image]Fires in British Columbia (morning overpass) - Jacques Descloitres, MODIS Rapid Response Team, NASA/GSFC
On August 5, 2003, large fires continued to burn in western Canada, and although thousands of people who had been evacuated were permitted to return to their homes, several thousand more will still waiting to be given permission to return. The two large fires (marked in red) pictured in this (MODIS) image from the satellite are the Chilko Lake Fire (left) and the McClure Fire (right). A few other fires are visible in the mountains at the British Columbia-Alberta border...
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Canada
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[image]Algal Bloom in the Pacific Northwest - Image provided by the , NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, and ORBIMAGE
Blooms of phytoplankton color the water along the coast of Washington and British Columbia both south (right) and north (left) of the Strait of Juan de Fuca in this image, captured by the Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-View Sensor (SeaWiFS) on Friday, July 23, 2004. Without corroborating data collected at sea level, it’s impossible to tell which species of phytoplankton are coloring the water or if the bloom is harmful...
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Washington
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[image]Mount St. Helens - NASA image courtesy Jeff Schmaltz, NASA-GSFC
After more than a decade of inactivity, Mt. St. Helens in Washington began rumbling in late September with a series of small earthquakes, some of which were of the long-period type that geologists have come to recognize as the telltale sign that magma from the Earth’s interior is rising up to the surface. On October 1, 2004, the volcano released a small explosion of steam and ash and briefly quieted down, but in the days since, the earthquake activity resumed...
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Washington
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[image]Fires in Central Canada - NASA image created by Jesse Allen, Earth Observatory, using data provided by the team.
A blanket of smoke from scores of wildfires hung over central Canada on July 4, 2006. This image of the area was captured by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer on NASA’s satellite that afternoon at 2:40 p.m. Central Standard Time. Places where MODIS detected active fires are marked in red. In this image, fires are burning in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Smoke appears light gray or yellow-gray, where it is very thick...
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Canada
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[image]Fawn Peak Complex Fire in Washington - Image courtesy Jacques Descloitres, at NASA GSFC
Washington’s Fawn Peak Complex Fire was actively burning on multiple fronts on July 29, 2003, when this (MODIS) image was captured by the satellite. The locations of active fire detections have been marked in yellow in the image, and a large plume of smoke is visible as well. This fire has been burning for a month in the Pasayten Wilderness Area near the Washington-British Columbia border. Sensor: Aqua/MODIS.
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Washington
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[image]Fires and smoke in Oregon - Jacques Descloitres, MODIS Rapid Response Team,NASA/GSFC
On August 20, 2003, the (MODIS) on the satellite captured this image of fires (marked with red outlines) in northwest Oregon. The northernmost fire is the Bear Butte Fire and the southern fire is the Booth Fire. At top center of the image, a gray patch marks the location of Portland along the Columbia River. Sensor: Aqua/MODIS. Data Start Date: 8/20/03. Data End Date: 8/20/03.
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Oregon
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[image]Steam and ash plume from Mount St. Helens - Jeff Schmaltz, MODIS Rapid Response Team, NASA/GSFC
After more than a decade of inactivity, Mt. St. Helens in Washington began rumbling in late September with a series of small earthquakes, some of which were of the long-period type that geologists have come to recognize as the telltale sign that magma from the Earth’s interior is rising up to the surface. On October 1, 2004, the volcano released a small explosion of steam and ash and briefly quieted down, but in the days since, the earthquake activity resumed...
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Washington
Downloads: 4
[image]Close-up of Okanagan Fire, British Columbia - Image courtesy
The Okanagan Mountain Park Fire rages through the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, Canada, in this false-color infrared image captured by the IKONOS satellite on August 21, 2003. The burned region appears dark greenish grey in the upper portion of image. The dark red regions in the image are unburned forest and the lighter red patches are cleared land.The northern reaches of this fire (just out of the image) destroyed or damaged 247 homes in and around the city of Kelowna as of August 26, 20...
Keywords: What -- Columbia; Where -- Canada
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[image]Fires in Western Canada - Image courtesy Jacques Descloitres, at NASA GSFC>
Dozens of large fires were burning across British Columbia, which dominates the upper left of this scene, on August 21, 2003. Hundreds of residents in this mountainous Canadian province are already evacuated, and thousands more are on alert. Thick smoke chokes the skies and the fires spread rapidly through the forested terrain. This image of the fires, marked with yellow dots, was captured by the (MODIS) on the satellite on August 21...
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